Graduate Course 500
A detailed study of the microscopic structure of cells, tissues and organs, with emphasis on man
and on animals used in biomedical research. The relationship of structure to function are stressed.
Graduate students attend the lectures and laboratory classes of Biology 309, but are required to
study the subject in greater depth than undergraduates through additional directed reading. Graduate
students take all the written and laboratory examinations of Biology 309, and a separate essay
examination at the end of the course.
Full course: two terms.